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Kolkata: Full-Day City Tour for an immersive experience

1. Kolkata: Full-Day City Tour for an immersive experience

Begin your full-day tour of Kolkata at the Mausoleum of Job Charnock, the founder of modern Kolkata in 1690. Visit St John’s Church which was built in 1787 by architect James Agg. This majestic stone and brick structure became the principal Cathedral of Calcutta in 1815. A highlight of the Church is the “Last Supper” painting on its walls. The next destination is the iconic Writers Building. Built in 1777, it was meant for the lower bureaucracy of East India Company. Today this Greco-Roman masterpiece is the seat of the West Bengal state government. Your guide will shed light on the landmark events which took place in India’s freedom struggle with the Writers Building as the backdrop. Since this is a working office, you will see it from outside. Proceed then to the Governor’s House, a remarkable building which was built for Marquess of Wellesley in 1803 by the famous English architect Charles Wyatt. The Governor’s House follows a Neoclassical style with distinct Baroque overtones. After lunch, visit the legendary Victoria Memorial built by George Curzon, 1st Marquess Curzon of Kedleston, and Viceroy of India. Dedicated to Queen Victoria, this architectural gem built in marble is a great place to experience the essence of the Victorian Era, set in the middle of the hustle and bustle of modern Kolkata. On the last leg of the tour, take a cruise over the holy River Ganges and explore the City of Joy from its waters. Pass by numerous ghats and under the iconic Howrah Bridge before this magnificent experience comes to an end.

Kolkata: Full-Day Private City Tour with a Local

2. Kolkata: Full-Day Private City Tour with a Local

Discover the highlights of Kolkata on this private sightseeing tour with a local English-speaking guide. Travel comfortably in an air-conditioned sedan or SUV (allotted depending on the number of passengers) and explore famous landmarks such as the Victoria Memorial, St. Paul's Cathedral, and the Kalighat. Get a complete insight into locals' lives by also visiting lesser-known areas, such as the flower market and Belur Math. Start at a time convenient for you with pickup from your hotel. Setting out early is recommended to avoid rush-hour traffic. First, make your way to the Mullick Ghat Flower Market and watch a mass of people at Asia's largest flower market. Then, admire the Victoria Memorial's galleries, statues, and gardens. Continue to St. Paul’s Cathedral, the first Anglican Church in the eastern world, whose unusual “Indo-Gothic” design has survived a series of massive earthquakes. Next, head to Princep Ghat to marvel at the views of the Vidyasagar Setu Bridge. From there, visit the fascinating Dakshineshwar Kali Temple on the banks of the River Hooghly, and learn about the significance of this deity to the Bengalis. After exploring the temple, board a ferry to Belur Math, the headquarters of the Ramakrishna Mission, which preaches the unity of all religions. Pay homage to Mother Teresa at the Missionaries of Charity's Mother House, where she lived for over two decades. Finally, capture images of the famous Howrah Bridge as a wonderful memory of your day in Kolkata. At the end of the tour, you will be dropped back to your hotel.

Kolkata: Bishnupur Terracotta Temples Day Trip with Weavers

3. Kolkata: Bishnupur Terracotta Temples Day Trip with Weavers

730 AM Departure from Kolkata 1015 AM- Bishnupur tour We step back to the 17th century and enter the world of the Malla Kingdom and its Terracotta temples. We visit a slew of temples dedicated to Lord Krishna, the patron god of the Malla Kingdom. Our guide will tell you the story of how a tyrannical Malla King converted to Gaudiya Vaishnavism and how that provided the impetus for terracotta art to flourish in the 16th and 17th-century in Bishnupur. Among other temples, we will also visit Rasmancha, the first temple constructed by the King Bir Hambir. It is a quaint pyramidal structure marked by huge, stepped masonry and a composite Chala type roof, designed as a stage. We next head to visit weavers of the famous Baluchuri style silk sari. We will get to experience how the Saris are created on draw looms. It will be fascinating to see the intricate art of weaving ‘Ramayana’ scenes woven all over the saree border. 730PM- Drop back to hotel in Kolkata

Guided Private Tour of City of Joy -Kolkata

4. Guided Private Tour of City of Joy -Kolkata

Experience the City of Joy. Once the most richest city in Asia and the then capital of India. Enjoy the different cultures, colors, and religions. Kolkata (formerly Calcutta) is the capital of India's West Bengal state. Founded as an East India Company trading post, it was India's capital under the British Raj from 1773–1911. Today it’s known for its grand colonial architecture, art galleries, and cultural festivals. It’s also home to Mother House, the headquarters of the Missionaries of Charity, founded by Mother Teresa, whose tomb is on site.

Kolkata Bites -Unforgettable Walking Food Tour Of Kolkata

5. Kolkata Bites -Unforgettable Walking Food Tour Of Kolkata

Kolkata is famous for it's food culture. this the city known as foodies paradise . take up the walking tour to enjoy the gastronomy trail for the city of Joy which offers you the right mix of Traditional Bengalis to Mughlai to the chinese to Marwari flavor. This city as welcomed everyone and always adopted all the possible food culture. In this tour you will be visiting almost food stops along with some local transport Kathi Roll. Starting our culinary adventure with the iconic Kathi Rolls, Kolkata's signature street food. ... Puchka (Golgappa) ... Jhalmuri. ... Bengali Paan (Beetle leaf) Fritters... Jhal Muri ... Mughlai Paratha. ... Kolkata Tea Mishti Doi. Led by friendly, local food lovers, we’ll show you our favorite's places to eat and share with you our stories of living in one of the world’s great cities.

Full-Day Tour of Kolkata

6. Full-Day Tour of Kolkata

Take a trip to one of India’s four major metropolises with this full-day sightseeing tour of Kolkata. Experience this vibrantly cultural city, with its mix of British and Indian architecture, as you are led through its streets by a professional English-speaking tour guide. On your tour, you will see historic, modern, European, and Asian sights, all together in one city. Visit the beautiful Victoria Memorial, a building dedicated to Victoria, the former Queen of the United Kingdom and Empress of India. Inside is a museum documenting the history of the city. You can also stare in wonder at the stars in Birla Planetarium, where stepping inside is like stepping outside on a clear, bright night. The old British Fort William is an imposing sight to behold, while the Mother Teresa Ashram will remind you of the hardships many people face, and stir you on to follow in her loving footsteps. For a look at modern Kolkata, you will visit the giant cricket stadium Eden Gardens, one of only two 100,000-seat cricket stadiums in the world. The awesome Howrah Bridge, which connects Kolkata with its sister city, Howrah, is also a modern marvel to see. The mix of new and old, European and Asian, will keep you constantly engaged in this fascinating city. Formerly known as Calcutta, Kolkata is the capital of the Indian state of West Bengal. It is a large, bustling city, holding the title of India’s third-largest metropolitan area with a population of 15.7 million when its suburbs are included. It sits in eastern India on the east bank of the River Hooghly, across from its sister city, Howrah. Join us for an exciting day in this exciting city!

Airport Pickup \ Drop-off With City Tour

7. Airport Pickup \ Drop-off With City Tour

A range of comfortable vehicles is available for the best price from Airport to your hotel for your first-day experience in Kolkata or back to Airport. The Vehicle is just only for you and your loved ones with a professional driver or guide. Enjoy the ride with safe hands, Best price, Easy booking!

Kolkata: Private House of Mother Teresa & Church Tour

8. Kolkata: Private House of Mother Teresa & Church Tour

After pickup from your accommodation in Kolkata, you’ll head to St Andrew’s Church. This was the only Scottish church in Kolkata and was completed in 1818. Listen as your guide tells stories of the steeple, which was higher than that of St John’s Church and caused some controversy at the time. Next up you’ll visit St Paul’s Cathedral, the first Episcopal Church in the eastern world. The cathedral took 8 years to build and was finished in 1847. Note its Gothic-style stained glass windows and frescoes in the Florentine Renaissance style. Continue to South Park Cemetery, the largest Christian cemetery outside Europe and America in the 19th century. The cemetery covers 8 acres of space and contains graves belonging to prominent British citizens and high officials of the East India Company. Finally visit Mother’s House, the former residence of Mother Teresa. The building remains the headquarters of the Missionaries of Charity, the organization founded by Mother Teresa. Visit a museum with Mother Teresa’s belongings and see the sisters of the charity at work, before paying your respects at the tomb of Our Angel of Mercy. Lunch is included at a famous local restaurant before you’re dropped back at your accommodation.



Day 01 : Delhi - Arrival Arrive at Delhi Airport and transfer to pre- book hotel. Representative will hand over your tour related documents followed by a tour description. Day at leisure, Overnight stay in Delhi. Day 02 : Delhi Sightseeing Morning relish breakfast visit city tour of exciting capital of India is awash with sights. start to Delhi sightseeing visit Jama Masjid - largest Mosque in India Chandni Chowk oldest, biggest street super market of Old Delhi. Later, walk up to Fatehpuri Masjid and try out a rickshaw ride for Red Fort, Rajghat would be our next stoppage where Mahatma Gandhi was cremated Humayun Tomb Overnight stay in Delhi. Day 03: Delhi - Agra Relish breakfast in the morning later drive to Agra known for home to the iconic Taj Mahal, a mausoleum built for the Mughal ruler Shah Jahan’s wife, Mumtaz Mahal (who died in childbirth in 1631) is home to the Taj Mahal.The Agra Fort is a UNESCO World Heritage site and a prominent tourist site after Taj Mahal, Itmad ud Daulah ( Baby Taj mahal ) , Mehtab bagh. Evening enjoy tonga ride & visit World famous Love monument Taj mahal at sunset, you will be dropped at hotel overnight in Agra. Day 04: Agra Ranthambore Enroute Fatehpur Sikri Morning time have breakfast, later head towards Ranthambore, enroute visit 16 century AD city Fatehpur Sikri the immoderate city of Mughal Empire. Get full experience of Monuments built in Mughal Era which include the Panch Mahal, Buland Darwaza.On arrival check in at the hotel in Ranthambore Day 05: Ranthambore Wildlife Safari The Ranthambore National Park is an broad expanse of great wilderness in Ranthambore. It is attracting spot for eager travelers & photography lover. This destination is specially eminent as the uppermost places with largest number of Bengal Tiger Spotting. It covers Ranthambore Fort, Wildlife sanctuary built in 944 AD. Proceed to Ranthambore Wildlife Safari where you will be submerged into the wildlife vision & Substantial wildlife with Gazelle, Boars, Jackals, Leopards Maximum number of Tigers. Rest Overnight Stay in Ranthambore. Day 06: Ranthambore - Jaipur In the morning have breakfast at the hotel, check-out from the hotel and drive to Jaipur. This city is dedicated to traditional arts & crafts. On arrival hotel check in rest overnight in Jaipur. Day 07: Jaipur Sightseeing Morning after having your delightful breakfast, visit to the Amer Fort, riding an elephant’s back., In the afternoon, you will go for sightseeing to the City Palace and museum along with an expert guide. The sightseeing tour will also cover Hawa Mahal and Jantar Mantar. The Sheesh Mahal (Hall of Mirrors), The Jag Mandir (the Hall of Victory), Jal Mahal and the Kali Temple are the must to visit places. Comfortable overnight stay in Jaipur. Day 08: Jaipur To Delhi Drop Carry out your activities in the morning move towards Delhi Airport to board a flight for onward journey to home destination. Tour ends here with sweet memories.

Kolkata Airport Transfer

10. Kolkata Airport Transfer

Knock Knock! If you are searching for a premium luxurious ride from Kolkata Airport to your desired spot. Experience a smooth and cozy one-way transfer upon reaching Kolkata. You will meet a skilled driver who will be waving a flag with the name written on it to help you recognize it quickly. He will track your flight status so that in case of any delay, there is no chance of waiting unnecessarily outside. Follow up with an interactive journey with a professionally skilled driver who can guide you through the attractions and amazing sights in that city. Let us know the number of passengers traveling along so that we can book your cab accordingly.

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Since the tour was private, we were able to influence the course at any time. Our guide Abhishek was very nice and always friendly. Recommended.